Ryan campaign selling 'You Don't Have To Yell' bumper stickers

Ryan campaign selling 'You Don't Have To Yell' bumper stickers
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Presidential candidate Rep. Tim RyanTimothy (Tim) RyanMore than 100 Democrats sign letter calling for Stephen Miller to resign Debate crowd erupts in laughs as Sanders chimes in 'I wrote the damn bill' on Medicare for All The Hill's Campaign Report: Late bids surprise 2020 Democratic field MORE (D-Ohio) is selling “You Don’t Have to Yell” bumper stickers after making the same admonition to Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersKamala Harris receives new Iowa endorsements after debate performance Wasserman Schultz makes bid for House Appropriations Committee gavel Overnight Health Care: Crunch time for Congress on surprise medical bills | CDC confirms 47 vaping-related deaths | Massachusetts passes flavored tobacco, vaping products ban MORE (I-Vt.) in Tuesday’s Democratic primary debate.


Sanders and Ryan’s combative exchange was among the debate’s viral moments, with Sanders defending his “Medicare for All” proposal and Ryan responding that the Vermont senator “[didn’t] know that” he could guarantee all the claims he made about them.

“I do know that, I wrote the damn bill,” Sanders responded, a rejoinder that his own campaign put on bumper stickers after the exchange spread on social media.

The second debate was marked by showdowns between members of the party’s progressive and centrist wings about the need for dramatic policy overhauls, with Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenKamala Harris receives new Iowa endorsements after debate performance Warren speech in Georgia interrupted by pro-charter school protesters Hillicon Valley: Senators ask Trump to halt Huawei licenses | Warren criticizes Zuckerberg over secret dinner with Trump | Senior DHS cyber official to leave | Dems offer bill on Libra oversight MORE (D-Mass.) and former Rep. John DelaneyJohn Kevin Delaney2020 primary debate guide: Everything you need to know ahead of the November forum Poll: Biden holds 20-point lead in South Carolina Deval Patrick: a short runway, but potential to get airborne MORE (D-Md.) having a similar standoff.